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Open Select gives you the option to make your paper open access in one of our 2,300+ subscription journals. Through Open Select, you have a huge choice of subjects and disciplines, so the list below is a great place to start your search and find the journal that best suits your work.
2018 Impact Factor 5.477
RNA has played a central role in all cellular processes since the beginning of life: decoding the genome, regulating gene expression, mediating molecular interactions, catalyzing chemical reactions.
2018 Impact Factor 4.173
Epigenetics research studies heritable changes in gene expression caused by mechanisms others than the modification of the DNA sequence. Epigenetics therefore plays critical roles in a variety of biological systems, diseases, and disciplines.
2018 Impact Factor 3.31
Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics
The Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics is one of the leading publications in high end computational science, atomic structural biology, bioinformatics, virtual drug design, genomics and biological networks.
2018 Impact Factor 2.507
Journal of Liposome Research
The Journal of Liposome Research publishes original, high-quality, peer-reviewed research on the topic of liposomes and related systems, lipid-based delivery systems, lipid biology, and both synthetic and physical lipid chemistry.
2018 Impact Factor 2.365
British Journal of Biomedical Science
The British Journal of Biomedical Science is committed to publishing high quality original research that represents a clear advance in the practice of biomedical science, and reviews that summarise recent advances in the field of biomedical science.
2018 Impact Factor 1.627
Biocatalysis and Biotransformation
Biocatalysis and Biotransformation publishes high quality research on the application of biological catalysts for the synthesis, interconversion or degradation of chemical species.